A florist in Dublin has decided to give us all something to smile about by leaving surprise bouquets all over the city for passers by to pick up and bring home
Lilla Zelenák is the owner of the Green Door Florist in Killester and she has started the 'lonely bouquet' initiave
Its a movement that started in Belgium andwhere flowers are left at at a bus stop or in public areas with a tag saying 'take me home'or 'adopt me'
The aim is to brighten up someone’s day after a long hard stint at work.
Lilla Zelenák, owner of The Green Door, says ‘As the first florist in Dublin to become a part of the Lonely Bouquet initiative, I’m hoping others around the country will get involved. It’s great to be able to bring such happiness to people with such a small gesture. I have already had great feedback, especially from one lady who simply said ‘it made up for having to be in work on a glorious sunny Saturday’.
‘Flowers can have a huge impact on our moods. You don’t have to buy giant bouquets or spend too much to reap the benefits they bring. A simple bunch of flowers or ornamental plant in the home or the office can really brighten up your day.’
Keep your eyes peeled at train stations and bus stops across the city this Monday as the Green Door for the latest Lonely Bouquet.